21 Jan 2012
The NCP on Saturday charged the NDA government in Bihar with giving "step motherly" treatment to Urdu language and said that Chief Minister Nitish Kumar was being a "hypocrite" by claiming to be a sympathizer of the minority community.
15 Apr 2015
Patna: Contractual school teachers, who have been agitating for a week, on Wednesday burnt tyres on the roads and squatted on railway tracks affecting rail and road traffic.
30 Jul 2015
Patna: The Bihar government today declared pay-scale based salary for its over 4 lakh contractual teachers and raised the retirement age of doctors working in the poll-bound state from 65 to 67 years.
28 Dec 2014
New Delhi: The city government has informed the Delhi High Court that there is a shortage of 152 trained Urdu teachers and the process of appointment was already underway.
28 Jul 2015
Patna: About 3,000 school teachers in Bihar, who allegedly used fake degree certificates to get jobs, have resigned till date apprehending legal action.
21 Mar 2016
Patna: Senior BJP leader Sushil Kumar Modi hit out at Bihar's ruling Grand Secular Alliance for failing to pay salaries to school teachers for over four months alleging the state government was trying to "mislead" people over the issue.
03 Jul 2015
Patna: Altogether 1,400 primary teachers have resigned from service in Bihar fearing government action over possession of fake educational degrees, a senior officer of the Education Department said.
05 Sep 2016
New Delhi: Throughout the year, we focus on students, and their all round education and development as they are the future of the society. But today is the day which is dedicated to those who have been assigned to guide, nurture, and train the students. Yes, we are talking about September 5, which is celebrated as Teachers’ Day in India. September 5 is the birthday of the former President of India Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan who devoted his life for the cause of education in the country.
02 May 2015
Patna: Nearly 20 million students in Bihar's government-run schools have been affected due to an indefinite teachers' strike in support of over 3.5 lakh contractual teachers, officials said here on Saturday.
07 Sep 2016
Agra: It is rightly said that humanity encompasses all the virtues that define kindness, charity, compassion, oneness, mercy, and harmony, without falling in complex social fibers. Rising above religious differences, 18-year-old Pooja Kushwaha, a resident of Agra's Sanjay Nagar colony, is teaching the Islamic Holy book Quran to Muslim children.